Multi-media Poster Presentations Day 2

Thursday 25 August | 12:55 – 13:19
The Great Hall Gallery, First Floor


  Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Station 6 Station 7 Station 8 Station 9 Station 10
12:55 - 12:59

Does quality of primary care vary across delivery models

Alan Katz
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba

Linking AWPS and CARIS data to estimate perinatal mortality in Wales due to congenital anomalies

David Tucker
Public Health Wales

The use of multi-sourced linked datasets in evaluating the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service (EMRTS) CYMRU

David Rawlinson
EMRTS Cymru, NHS Wales & Swansea University Medical School

Creating a Single Application and Approval Process to Enable Research; an example using CPRD Primary Care Data and Public Health England Cancer Registry Data

Sophia Amjad
CPRD

Integrating text analytics and statistical modelling to analyse kidney transplant immune suppression medication in registry data

Ghada Alfattni
The University of Manchester

Wait times and patterns of care in the colorectal cancer diagnostic interval

Colleen Webber
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario

Are There Long-term Academic Benefits of Full-Day Kindergarten? A Population-Based Analysis

Marni Brownell
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba

The relationship between maternal race-ethnicity, immigrant status and country of birth and the risk of having a child with autism spectrum disorder in Western Australia

Jenny Fairthorne
Telethon Kids Institute

Linking the Diagnostic Imaging Dataset (DID) to cancer registration data – improving understanding of diagnostic imaging in lung and ovarian cancer

Anna Fry
National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS - PHE) / Cancer Research UK

13:00 - 13:04

Social Data Linkage Environment

Richard Trudeau
Statistics Canada

First steps in demonstrating an impact on health service use of the Welsh Government Supporting People homelessness prevention programme using linked administrative data

Sarah Lowe
Knowledge and Analytical Services, Welsh Government

A process-driven platform to manage datasets for research

Gordon McAllister
Farr Institute, University of Dundee

Incidence, risk factors, and adverse short term perinatal and maternal outcomes associated with singleton breech presentation at delivery in Northern Tanzania

Uyonyimoo M Mchaki
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College

Virtual visits: Friend or foe of patient-centred care?

Kim McGrail
Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, Population Data BC, The University of British Columbia

Identifying Household Level Risk Factors for Unintentional House Fire Incidents, Injuries and Fatalities

Samantha Turner
Swansea University Medical School

Exploring health events around preventable hospitalisations through visualisation of linked health data

Michael Falster
Centre for Big Data Research in Health, UNSW Australia

New Zealand Longitudinal Census development

Gareth Minshall
Statistics New Zealand

Methods of defining hypertension in electronic medical records: validation against national survey data

Mingkai Peng
University of Calgary

13:05 - 13:09

Adherence and persistence of subcutaneous biologics delivered through homecare services to a cohort of patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Samantha Alvarez-Madrazo
University of Strathclyde

Secure provision of unconsented radiological imaging for research

Gordon McAllister
Farr Institute, University of Dundee

Treatment choices for managing glucose control in impaired renal function: Interim Results

Gareth Davies
Swansea University Medical School

Developing population segments with different levels of complexity and primary health care needs: An analysis using health administrative data in British Columbia, Canada

Kim McGrail
Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, Population Data BC, The University of British Columbia

Risk of mortality following discharge from Critical Care

Angharad Walters
Swansea University Medical School

Longditudinal Study of Type-2 Diabetics – Do the morbidly obese really have better outcomes?

Kelly Nock & Kerry Bailey
We Predict Limited

Effect of short interdelivery interval between the first and second pregnancies in adolescence on low birth weight

Claudia Coeli
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Causes of death in the decade after hospitalisation for injury during adolescence: a study using linked hospital admissions and death registrations data

Annie Herbert
University College of London

13:10 - 13:14

Effect of incomplete registration at general practices on the annual prevalence of treated asthma

Mohammad Al Sallakh
Swansea University Medical School

Assessing the accuracy of probabilistic record linkage of social and health databases in the 100 million Brazilian cohort

Marcos Barreto
Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

Impact of mindfulness for people with arthritis

Sinead Brophy
Swansea University Medical School

The Impact of Asthma on congenital anomalies, prematurity, birth centiles and infant feeding: retrospective population cohort analysis 2004-2010

Gareth Davies
Swansea University Medical School

Harnessing multiple data sources to good program planning for Rural US Veterans

Teresa Hudson
University of Arkansas For Medical Sciences, College of Medicine and VA Center for Mental Healthcare and Outcomes Research, Little Rock Arkansas USA

Trends in prevalence, incidence, health system use and cost by persons with dementia in Ontario from 2004 and 2013: a population-based study

Susan E Bronskill
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)

Visibility in health statistics: a population data linkage study more accurately identifying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Births in Victoria, Australia, 1988-2008

Jane Freemantle
University Department of Rural Health, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, the University of Melbourne

Abuse and neglect in children with disabilities: risk varies by type of disability

Scott Sims
Telethon Kids Institute, University of Western Australia

Patient-level data linkage across ambulance services and acute trusts: assessing the potential for improving patient care

Sophie Clark
The London Ambulance Service

13:15 - 13:19

Preparing linked population data for research: cohort study of prisoner perinatal health outcomes

Lisa Hilder
University of New South Wales, Australia

The comparative analysis of the welfare attitude in accordance with the dual status of taxpayer and welfare recipient by using data linkage

Miae Oh and Hyunsoo Choi
Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs

A suggestion on how to include calendar dates in Bloom Filters

Antony Peter Stevens
Coordenação Geral de Informações e Análise Epidemiológica

The healthcare costs of heart failure during the last five years of life: A retrospective cohort study

Helen Strongman
Clinical Practice Research Datalink

In adults with multimorbidity, does the provision of social care services have an effect on the use of primary care and secondary care health services?

David Henderson
University of Glasgow

Linked Data Paves the Way to Improved Health Care

Rachel Hemeonn
Canadian Institute for Health Information

Born a bit too early: A study of early planned birth and child development at school age

Christine Roberts
Kolling Institute, University of Sydney

A UKSeRP for SAIL: striking a balance

Kerina Jones
SAIL Databank, Swansea University Medical School

An International Cross-cohort Harmonization and Data Integration Initiative towards Achieving Statistical Power and Meaningful Results

Tanya Flanagan
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer/ Maelstrom Research